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Student IT Services
Technology is an essential part of the university life and the Office of Information Technology is committed to service delivery and support of the university mission through the innovative use of technology.
We provide a digital campus to support students, teachers and the University’s staff
Student IT Services include administrative, learning and communication tools that will help your study and life at Humanitas University, such as open access computers, printers in study spaces, networks and online services.
This pages will help you explore the available tools and services and answer some of your questions:
The Office of Information Technology is available for help, advice and support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MyPORTAL, Online Administrative Services
Prospective students use MyPortal to apply for the admission test, pay the admission test fee and enrol to a degree course.
Current students use MyPortal to view and update their address and contact information, consult their career and study plan, register to an exam session and view the results, pay the university fees
Teachers use MyPortal to mark exams and assessment, register exams.
Download MyPortal Exam Registration quick GUIDE for STUDENTS.
Moodle, the E-learning Platform
The LMS (Learning Management System) is the University’s online software for making didactic content available to students.
Within LMS, each academic module has its own space where students can:
- view and download online versions of class materials provided by teachers;
- view extended content such as multimedia files provided by teachers;
- partecipate in online communication activities such as blogs, newsgroups, chats;
- view the syllabus of their courses, the scheduling of the classrooms and the planning of the activities;
- complete assignments, online tests and surveys;
- view announcements, news from the teachers and the Student Office.
For further assistance please write to email@example.com
Humanitas University provides a secure and pervasive wireless network available in all buildings throughout the new campus.
The University’s wireless network is freely available to students, staff and guests offering flexible access to online resources via laptops, tablets and other wireless devices.
In your welcome kit you have received the credentials (username and password) to connect. If you wish to configure your settings manually, step-by-step instructions are available for these operating systems:
How do I connect to campus Wi-Fi?
You should configure your laptop/mobile device as shown in the guides listed below.
All users of Campus Wi-Fi must abide by the following policies and guidelines:
The Office of Information Technology is available for help, advice and support at firstname.lastname@example.org
The E-mail is the official means of communication at Humanitas University. Students are required to check their email frequently during vacations not to miss important messages.
Microsoft Office365 ProPlus
Office365 is available for free for enrolled Hunimed students. It is possible to install it on maximum 5 computers / Mac / mobile devices.
More information can be found on hunimed.openlearn.eu.
Humanitas University joins the Eduroam federation. A secure global wifi roaming service for international Research Centers and Universities– connect and share non-stop
The exchange of information and knowledge underlies scientific research and, more generally, the training of students and professionals.
This is why Humanitas University has joined the Eduroam federation: all users of the University, whether they are students, professors, researchers or staff, can connect their devices to the Wi-Fi Eduroam service and take advantage of the network in any other connected University or Research Center anywhere in the world, simply by using the Humanitas University domain credentials.
In the same way, all guests can connect to the Humanitas University Wi-Fi with their credentials.
For further information and support:
“For an international university like Humanitas University, exchanges with other universities worldwide are fundamental. Just a few days ago,, Professor Seppo Meri joined us from Helsinki: he is one of our visiting professors, and will be staying stay with us for a period of time. The first thing he told me when I met him was: ‘I’m connected to Eduroam, so I can easily consult my Helsinki University e-mail account.’
Through Eduroam we are now part of a large communication network at a European level” commented Professor . Alberto Mantovani, Scientific Director of Humanitas and Professor at Humanitas University.